Mayor defends organized labor and opposes Trans-Pacific trade deal
'There cannot be closure on an atrocity of this magnitude if we do not call it by its name'
Two days after the mayor defended a trade mission to Cuba, the governor refused to return the favor
After a little more than a year on the job, City Comptroller Scott Stringer's communications director, Mike Nitzky, is departing for a post at an education organization that advocates for charter schools and has close ties to Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Two former police captains received fines for violating the city's conflicts-of-interest rules by accepting fancy meals and bottles of wine from a firm in contract with the NYPD.
Capital budget would allocate funding to address the longstanding problem
The de Blasio administration will soon seek contractors to expand the city's pre-trial release program
Further attempt to distinguish from Bloomberg administration